Jan 28,2021

Presenting Our High-Vis Vests in Partnership with IDIC

"The story behind this artwork is my way to describe Roberts Pizzarotti. I used 2 circles as the foundation to pay homage to the two families that started Roberts Pizzarotti. Circles are incredibly important in Aboriginal Art. I took it as there is no end, so this company will continue to prosper in the future." Niketa Law, Artist

In conjunction with our partners Indigenous Defence & Infrastructure Consortium (IDIC), we are very proud to present our high-vis vests showcasing Indigenous art by competition winner Niketa Law. The vests were recently launched at the start of Roberts Pizzarotti Schools at Meadowbank Education and Employment Precinct project.

A proud Bindal/Wakka Wakka woman from Cherbourg, Queensland, Niketa is a self-taught Traditional Contemporary Aboriginal Artist whose technique has evolved over the past 10 years. Niketa’s artwork for Roberts Pizzarotti features circles and lines to highlight the importance of connection and relationships.

Read more about Niketa’s work here: https://niketalaw.weebly.com/